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Possible Answers: OMIT, MERE, SLUR, SLIM, THIN, SCANT, SNUB, IGNORE, TOKEN, SMALL, MINOR, REMOTE, PETITE, PUNY, FRAIL, SLENDER, MEASLY, INSULT, NOMINAL, PALTRY, NEGLECT, AFFRONT, PINTSIZE.
Last seen on: –USA Today Crossword – Feb 8 2021
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